Grace in the End, A Study in Deuteronomic Theology

Our book review this month is Grace in the End, A Study in Deuteronomic Theology by J. Gordon McConville, which is taken from the series Studies in Old Testament Biblical Theology. This is a wonderful book with a simple and natural division. The first five chapters are apologetic, that is, they provide a a formal defense and reasoned argument against the claims of the

An Introduction to Bible Archaeology

Our book review this month is An Introduction to Bible Archaeology by Howard F. Vos. This little paperback is divided into ten short chapters of about a dozen pages each. Topics covered by chapter include Nature and Purpose, Why Ancient Cities and Civilizations Disappeared, Geography and the Bible Lands, Organizing and Conducting an Excavation, Dating the Finds, Archaeology and Text, Archaeology and Narratives, Archaeology and Kings, Archaeology and Bible Cities, and The Apologetic Value of Bible Archaeology. Continue reading